Entries by Serve

Lifeline Relief

The Redemptorist Church in Tacloban has been providing a vital lifeline of shelter, support, and vital relief supplies for two and a half thousand people daily since the typhoon has struck. The basic aid relief supplies of food, water and medicines are the still the major need. A medical mission is also operating out of the […]

In Aid of the Philippines Relief Effort

St. Louis Grammar School in Kilkeel have very generously recorded a song “Now I know” in aid of the SERVE Typhoon Haiyan Appeal in the Philippines. Please donate what you can in support of this great work. DONATE (€) http://www.mycharity.ie/event/philippines_relief (£) http://www.justgiving.com/philippinesrelief  Sincere thanks to the staff and students of St. Louis Grammar School in Kilkeel, including […]

Update from the Philippines

Chris O’ Donoghue of SERVE is currently working alongside the Redemptorist Centre for Social and Ecological Concerns (ReCSEC) in the Philippines in this relief effort. Describing the situation, he writes in his blog of the difficulty in trying to comprehend the destruction that has occurred as a result of the Typhoon.

Colaiste Cois Life: Immersion Project to South Africa and Mozambique

A group of fifteen students and five teachers from Colaiste Cois Life, Dublin, have returned from their immersion project in South Africa and Mozambique. The group spent two weeks with SERVE’s partners Tapologo, Tsholofelo and Young Africa, volunteering with development projects and learning about development issues facing young people in Southern Africa. The ambassador to […]

Enet Mukurazita visit to Dublin

Enet Mukurazita, director of Young Africa Zimbabwe, spent a week in Dublin sharing information on vocational training and young people. Hosted by SERVE, Enet spoke at the Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre in Dublin on April 18th, where she outlined the work that Young Africa do in providing vocational training and life skills training […]